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in neighboring syria. 400 u.s. troops are assigned to the u.s. missiles. >>> attorneys with the obama administration write it would be unlawful to kill a u.s. citizen if they determined he was a member of al qaeda who pose add threat to the u.s. they are looking into obama's legal team's view about the killing of u.s. citizens. >>> and they will introduce bills that will change federal marijuana laws. kyla campbell from the washington d.c. newsroom, they got some help, kyla? >> reporter: they are focused on getting use in california and other states. the marijuana policy project worked with lawmakers to come up with the proposals we will hear later today. they are hoping to create a federal tax and the other would end federal marijuana prohibition and let states decide their own policies. the measures would require growers obtain a permit and it would be illegal to take marijuana to a state where it's not legal and if these are passed california could vote on the state law the next time they head to the poles. this is the same marijuana policy that helped to amend california's law tha
are assigned to the patriot missile. >>> in a 16-page u.s. justice department report attorneys for the obama administration write it would be lawful to kill a u.s. citizen if a lie-level government official decides the target is a member of al qaeda who also poses a threat to the u.s. it's the most detailed analysis yet to be made public regarding the obama legal team's views about the lawfulness of killing an american citizen without a trial. >>> a new report claims more than 50 nations were involved in torturing terrorism suspects in the years following the 911 attacks. that report was released today by the open society justice initiative. it's a human rights organization. the report says 54 nations hosted cia locations where prisoners faced harsh interrogation methods, including torture. those nations, according to the report, included egypt, libya and syria. >>> well, a bill to improve securities at american embassies overseas has passed the senate. it's now headed to the house. the measure comes after embassy chris stevens -- ambassador chris stevens and three other citizens in killed i
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